Question An odd antivirus find

harhar1011

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So Avast and AVG, both of which I just got, both found a suspicious file in chrome/userdata/default/codecache/js, and then it's a file with a long string of letters and numbers. There are a bunch of those files in there. The funny thing is, Norton never noticed it and they call it a HTML: script-inf (susp). According to a bit of googling, this seems to be a warning you get for websites, so why would it be on my computer? Any help is appreciated.



 
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